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#6437640 - 09/03/16 11:33 PM Duck Hunting With The AHP
Brother Phil Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 01/07/15
Posts: 170
I am going to start scouting soon for the deer and duck season. Any suggestions for some duck hunting areas E or SE of Dallas that can be hunted without a boat?

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#6438971 - 09/05/16 11:37 AM Re: Duck Hunting With The AHP [Re: Brother Phil]
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Registered: 10/12/15
Posts: 186
Loc: Dickinson, TX
Id check out areas vs google maps. Havent been that way, but here is a vid I did on scouting "online" for deer... you could do the same to find spots you can walk in for duck. https://youtu.be/wJkPQ3ePDqc
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#6440438 - 09/06/16 11:42 AM Re: Duck Hunting With The AHP [Re: Brother Phil]
rawToes Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 08/05/16
Posts: 21
I was thinking of same thing. I've startled a lot of ducks off small ponds at 901S (Caddo Grasslands, Ladonia). I was thinking of just getting a stout fishing rod, throwing an old reel on it and tying on as big of a trebel hook as I can fit. Just cast out and snag the shot birds. Could cast clear over most of the ponds.

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#6440515 - 09/06/16 12:51 PM Re: Duck Hunting With The AHP [Re: rawToes]
Herbie Hancock Online   content
Tracker

Registered: 08/23/16
Posts: 772
Loc: Cypress, Texas
Originally Posted By: rawToes
I was thinking of same thing. I've startled a lot of ducks off small ponds at 901S (Caddo Grasslands, Ladonia). I was thinking of just getting a stout fishing rod, throwing an old reel on it and tying on as big of a trebel hook as I can fit. Just cast out and snag the shot birds. Could cast clear over most of the ponds.


Put a jitter bug on the end of the line, if you miss it work that top water and may hook up with a bass! Plus then you don't hve to worry about snagging stuff below the water.

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